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May 16, 1924 - Image 2

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The Michigan Daily, 1924-05-16

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THE MICH]

IUdIIVILII IV ludd~
TS INTO FLftMES
dltional Cap) Night Services Will!
Be Obser~ved In Sleepy
Hollow
VIBY, REI:l?) AN0 RQWN1"\, '7,
0 APDlRESSJIHUGS:GATH{ERINGW
'omorrow night, at the annual Cap
lt ceremocnies, the grey caps that
c dotted the campus for the past
'aernesters will Nail into a huge
fire in Sleepy Hollow, and as the
uting~ line of yearlings runs past
blaze, one more freshman class
I hve assed. Cap Night marks
cuiinaijtion of the desire in each
;t year man to doff the traditional
sigear, and his entrance to the
homore ranks.
Expect Itecord Crowd
record breaking crowd is es-
ted by the committee in charge to
the natural ampitheater of the
low, and preparations are being
le accordingly. An improved sys-'
of voice magnifiers will be plac-
in the speaker's stand?, allowing
hi member of the assemblage to
r the speeches of the evening.
resides talks by Edwin L. Denby,
~Prof. Thomas Reed, and Oscar
wn, '24L, the events on the even-
s program will be the awarding
M" blankets by Coach Fielding H.
t, to 19 men, songs and yells led
Lyman Glasgow, '25, numbers by
Varsity band, and the traditional
ging of "Where Oh Where", the
ds of which will be published' to-
row.
Announce F~ormtation
ules for formation to marchv to the
low have been announced by the
imittee. All classes will form at{
'lock, the seniors in?'cap and gown
Bar'bour gymnasium, the juniors
t of the Aledical buildin.g, the soph-'
res between th~e Chemistry and
rural Science buildings, and the
hnien in front of the library. The
of march will be from B~arbour
anasium to Twelfth street on to
on, east on Huron to Glen street,
nnorth- to Ann, and east from there~
he Hollow. "Ml" men are request-
t0 sit near the speakers' stand to
,genie ntly receive their blankets.:
he committee in charge of' ar-
gemcints for the ceremonies is'
wart B~oyer, '241., Donald McCab-e,
and Robert Hlun mer, '24. Jack
ly, '211-, will preside over the pro-
Mn.
'here will be a meeting of the Stu-E
t council at 7:30 o'clock tonight in-
mn 3041 of the Union. New mein1bers,
requested to be present. :
is true c n~ec to u ,eLa'l
RsieiieIs-Adv.

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asystem is badly needed. T. G. Rey- Tokio, Mfay 1_15.-Suggestions con-
holds, city clerk, asserts that some-i taimed in: Washington press dispatch-
rthing should be done to give service' es, tlihat Japan amight withdraw her
to the hospital sections, Geddes aye- am~basau1or from Wasington as a pro-
nue, and other unserved districts. tct against the exclusion clause of
s____________ he Immigration Lill, were denied by !l oj: a eef ri n ofc s u dg
Washington, May 15.-Purchase by th aans orinofieasud,
the government of the Cape Cod canal niied.
for $11,500,000 would be authorized
under a bill passed by the honse 149 "Jimmie, the adtaker" sells anything
to 132.{ quickly.-Adv.

Patronize Daily Advertisers.-Ad-v
ADRIAN-ANN ARtBORL BUS LINE
Central Time (Slow Time)
Leave Cham~ber of Commerce
Week Days Sundays
6:45 a.mr. 6:45 a.fM.
12:45 P. M. -45 P. M.
4:45 P. I.
JAS. H. ELLIOTT, Proprietor
'hone 926-M Adrian.. Micas.

Commencement lI

Only 4 weeks away-

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W e have a v ery practical assort-
ment for graduates in Medicine o~r
fromn the Nurses Training School.

A new treatment for pneu~monia dis-
covered by Dr. Lloyd B. Felton, of the
,dep rtxnen$of preventiNIP/ wedciez
and hygiene at Harvard medical
sch~ool, is expected by medical science
to reduce the death rate from that dis-
ease by 25 to 50 per cent. The treat-
ment is based on a white crystalline
powder separated by Dr. Felton from
the horse serum which has been used
in the treatment of pneumonia.
ACTIONO BSSYSTEM
POSTPOINEINDEINITELY
Pro an~d con discussion of the pro-
posed bus system for Ann Arbor,!
held byr the Chamber of Coin-
merce recently, resulted. in the
ber of Commerce inn, resulted in the
wholen matter being laid on the table.
IProf. A. E. White, of 'the chemical en-
gineering department and chairman of
the railway committee of the Common
council, was the sneaker at the discus-
lion meeting. He explained the ques-
tion from both sides after which the
meeting was thrown open to discus-
sion.
Although immediate action on the
proposed system has been deferredE
there are those who declare that such

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